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Arab coalition releases footage of militants targeted near Saudi borders

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The Arab coalition army released footage showing their forces targeting Houthi and Saleh militias on the southern border of Saudi Arabia.

The bombings targeted infiltrators from the coup militia, snipers and vehicles transporting weapons and missiles.

They forces also hit the supply lines and caves where the militants use as shelters.

The coalition operations aimed at infiltration attempts and military facilities that was ready to attack Saudi villages and towns on the border.

The defense attacks were carried out by joint units from within Saudi territory.

One clip shows an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) carried out by Saudi forces while it targets infiltrators and eliminates them.

Sources reported the death and wounding of hundreds of militants on the border, and the destruction of their military equipment, within the unexpected operations, and the ambushes that were employed in several areas.

المتحدث الرسمي لقوات التحالف: العقيد الطيران الركن/ تركي المالكي
المتحدث الرسمي لقوات التحالف: العقيد الطيران الركن/ تركي المالكي

The spokesman for the Arab Coalition, Col. Turki al-Malki, said that the coalition utilizes 24-hour intelligence systems inside Yemen and on the Saudi border.

Al-Malki said in an interview with Al Arabiya that the coalition was also monitoring movements and communications of the militias, adding that the coalition has all the means to detect these movements.